Vajrasattva Thangka Painting
This Vajrasattva Thangka painting is handmade in Nepal by a Lama artist. It can be brocaded as per your wish. It is a perfect decorative wall art for your shrine and home. It is made in a Tibetan Style or tradition. Free shipping! on bulk order. Contact us Now.
Technical Description of Vajrasattva Thangka Painting
Painting is as follows.
- Hand-painted on cotton canvas
- Dimensions: 62/47 cm
- Materials: Cotton Canvas, Poster color, 18k Gold
- Skill and Origin: Handmade in Nepal
- Category: Tibetan thangka paintings, Spirituality, Yoga, Meditation, Home Decor, Buddhism
Symbolic Meaning of Vajrasattva Thangka Painting
Vajrasattva sits cross-legged in the meditative pose. But the difference is he carries Vajra (Dorje Tibetan term) in his right hand with palms facing upward against the chest. Bell also called Ghanta is in the left hand resting upon the left thigh.
Vajrasattva Buddha rupa has two forms, one is single and another is YabYum (Tibetan Form – it comes with the consort or partner). This Dhyani Buddha wears all the rich jewelry gold or silver ornaments with precious or semi precious stones carved in them
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It is painted in golden color and parts are 18 k gold. Other colors are stone and water paints. Finished in black background this is a medium size thangka. You can simple decorate your living room or even your personal room for decoration. And for spiritual purpose you can place it on the walls of your altar and meditate in front of it.
This thangka is hand painted by a Lama artist in Nepal. This thangka can be brocaded also. We have varieties of silk brocade too. Please feel free to write to us.
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Tibetan Thangka painting is first and foremost a kind of religious painting which is also known as Pauba painting in Newari. Thangkas are the Tibetan version of ancient Buddhist scroll paintings practices since Buddha’s era in Nepal. Check here to learn more about Tibetan thangka paintings